Many thanks to everyone who contributed toys to our Holiday Toy Drive to benefit HomeFront (and our U16G Storm team who coordinated the effort) and many thanks to our U17B Arsenal squad, who volunteered their time to help out at the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK).
NLSA is excited to announce a new partnership with Genoa C.F.C. of the Italian Serie A league. Genoa C.F.C. hand-picked NLSA as their first youth partner club on the East Coast and we couldn’t be more excited for the start of this partnership.
“Next Level Soccer Academy is pleased to partner with Genoa CFC in support of the Serie A Club and to be one of their founding North American youth partners. Genoa CFC is a world class organization with a deep and rich history of excellence in football. NLSA strives to bring the global game to its players in North America and can't think of a better way to bring international football to our player's feet than with this exciting and memorable partnership. The directors, coaches, players, and families of NLSA are honored and proud to put their support towards this partnership with Genoa CFC and to join in with their supporters, players, and entire organization for club success on all levels.” - Chad Bridges, NLSA Founder & Executive Director
One of the immediate benefits of this partnership will be Genoa CFC's North American Academy hosting a series of Elite Player ID events with NLSA. Genoa CFC will send Academy staff members over to work with NLSA players at these events. The best male and female players at these events will be invited to attend the Genoa CFC National Camp. The National Camp will host the top players from each of Genoa CFC’s partner clubs in North America. From the National Camp, the top players will be invited to attend the Elite Player Tour at Genoa CFC’s Academy in Genoa, Italy.
Stay tuned for more updates and developments from this exciting partnership!
NLSA Players, past and present, donated uniforms which were then provided to a youth soccer club in Santa Cruz, Trinidad. The players were very appreciative. Thanks to all who participated. The project was organized by NLSA Trainer Everard Lewis and the U16G NLSA Skye. NLSA Supporter Rod Ramsey delivered the kits.